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. bradley cooper with what's the surprising part about being nominated. >>> kevin jonas and his wife, danielle, join us. they're here to share their story in a unique way. for the occasion, we had ftd deliver their ultimate roses. >> they are the ultimate. as are you. >>> how much do they know about one another? sam and i are going to find out. we're playing the not-so-newlywed game. >> skinny mic. >> skinny mic alert. >>> she is beautiful inside and out. and a friend for a long time. if you want the life you should be living, no one can tell us better how to do that than leeza gibbons. she is hitting the reset button. >> looking forward to that. >>> first, let's get the inside scoop on kim kardashian's secrets to staying fit while pregnant. it's been just over a month since kanye west and his girlfriend, kim, are expecting. her training, tracy anderson is here with everything you need to know. we'll talk live with her in a moment. first, abc's abbie boudreau. >> reporter: the eternal question. how did she do it? hollywood moms shedding so much baby weight so fast. >> take the arms u
than 400 people in 15 countries. for more on this story, i'm joined by kevin baxter, who covers soccer for the "los angeles times." thanks for joining me. >> thanks for the invitation to speak with you. good evening. >> sreenivasan: kevin, tell me, this is not a large soccer country, the united states, help us put in perspective how big of a scandal this is. >> well, rob wayne right, the head of europol says it's so large, such a grand scale that it threatens the fabric of the gain. another europol investigator said this is the tip of the iceberg. to give you a little perspective, the international sports wagering market is about $1 trillion -- does $1 trillion of business a year. the asian markets alone, they have more transactions -- sports bets on a daily basis than the new york stock exchange. so it's phenomenal the size of the betting market. now that's everything from you or i going down to our nearby casino and putting $5 down on the super bowl. it goes from there to huge bets on soccer matches. and this is throughout the world. now, with soccer there are 208 national federation
then, apple you have earned our patience. people give it to them. let's go to kevin in florida, please. kevin? >> caller: hey, jim, thanks for taking my call. i just wanted to let you know you are the godfather of the stock market. >> you're too kind. thank you so much. >> caller: my question to you is, zen ga has great numbers a few nights ago. is this the real deal or just in the shorts squeeze happening? >> i think it's more of a short squeeze because they did guide down. i don't like the gaming business and i'm not crazy about the poker business online. look, could it go to five? yes. do i want to risk telling you to put your money in zynga? no. i think in many ways that's the more important take away. brad in california. >> caller: hey, jim, southern california. dodger blue greetings to you. >> hey, pitchers and catchers. boo-yah. pretty soon. >> caller: spring training is in the air. i had a question pertaining to america's sweetheart giant macy's. i know it reported stellar same store sales today. where do we go from here, how do you trade this? >> i was doing a lot of work on m
can tell you that kevin plank's watchword protect the house paid off. it's going higher. the economy's getting better, i think they'll do even better when the game kicks off this sunday, instead of the niners and ravens, you'll have a clearer picture of the industrial, tech, and oil stocks leading the market. and even though the football season will soon be over, i think you can see continued strength ahead for the american stock market. "mad money" will be right back. >>> coming up, get in the game? technology is moving to the cloud. even the online experience surrounding sunday's big game. could s.a.p.'s presence in this emerging trend help you score? cramer's sitting down with its co-ceo to find out. >>> and later -- slam dunk? do your eyes glaze over during earnings season? dunkin brands provided a wake-up call today, serving up an earnings beat and raising the amount of dough it returns to shareholders. is the stock just heating up, or is this sweet story all baked in? cramer speaks to the ceo. >>> plus -- master key? keycorp is expanding its footprint as the bank looks to take
. >> but even though -- i mean, i follow the work of the joint economic committee. my friend kevin brady and you and i have talked before. even though this is the worst recovery since 1947 in terms of the economic growth gdp and in terms of jobs, it is, it is, nick mulvaney, one of the very best, maybe the best recoveries in profits. and i think that's underrated. nobody can manufacture profits except the ingenuity of american private businesses. and that seems to be carrying us, however mediocre the growth figures are. >> agreed. and i'm not going to sit here and badmouth the american system because i'm as big a fan of it as you are. what i'm worried about with this continued anemic job growth, the administration itself says, i think everybody on the show would agree, we'd like to see that number not 156 but 250,000 jobs a quarter. that's what we need to get back on the trajectory to where we were before the recession. without that i worry about how sustainable those profit growths are. yes, we can all squeeze money out of the operation over the short term. we can get additional productivity ga
sunday running for cars yourself and being one of the problem solvers and kevin jarvis. thank you for having is. [applause] >> congressman. >> take all of you for being here. we have a long history of doing, i think, what "no labels" is trying to do, work across the aisle, work in a bipartisan manner. we actually have health care changes in my state that both republicans and direct press report -- support, educational stuff going on that republicans and democrats support. unlike a car receptivity years ago it was astonishing how little interaction there was avoid of an opportunity to talk to another member of a different party is hopefully now going to be filled with this "no labels" group. i am sitting next to my good friends here in congress, to republicans that tolerate my existence, which i appreciate kindly. [laughter] but the forum to do this is not in congress. "no labels" is really an opportunity, believe it or not, congressmen and women have to sit down together and understand how we to other things, what their districts are all about because it is not all about myself ta
career. that city is on fire. >> look at the cute little baby. >> just chilling in his hat. >> kevin would be screaming his head off. >>> coming up next, bouncing back from those baby bumps. >> how do they do it? kim kardashian's trainer brings us some expert advice. that's coming up next. >>> it's been just about a month since kim kardashian announced she was pregnant. >> the question on my mind, one of my, is how the rest of her body holding up? we're happy to hold up she does have a personal trainer, making sure she's looking just as fine as ever. abc's abby boudreau has more. >> reporter: the eternal question, how does she do it? hollywood moms shedding so much baby weight, so fast. >> take our arms and go like this, drop them down. >> reporter: trainer tracy anderson says the secret to getting your body back is keeping in shape during pregnancy. >> i used to have so many women coming to me after pregnancy, how can i get my body back? if i only had this during the pregnancy too. >> reporter: she should know. is how is it going? >> she's amazing. i was refreshed to hear her first,
. >> thank you. kevin kelly company -- captain kelley, it appears that you have said that background checks would not work because criminals would not submit to them. i understand that, but they do not have to go through background checks because there are so many loopholes. do you agree that there is nothing that we can do to strengthen our background checks? >> i disagree. there is a lot we can do. the situation that i know best is what happened in tucson, january 8, 2011. jared loughner, the shooter in this case, when he purchased a gun, he purchased it through a background check. but there was a lot of evidence that could have been in the criminal background check system about impact that would have prevented him -- about him that would have prevented him from buying a gun through a background check. that is part of the problem. the other problem is, let's say, he was denied the purchase of the gun, which he purchased in november, 2010. it would have been easy for him to go to again show and purchase one without a background check. -- to go to a gun show and purchase one without a backg
easily shut down which have the room will relate to and the other half will shut down. >> kevin mathews from oklahoma. my question is to ms. davies. the question on the type one and tied to thinking and the way that we are influenced in the fact that we have the implicit bias, when we use the tight to thinking and the rationale, has your research shown that that actually makes a difference in the way people will act and specifically when we talking about voting, these things to their stated value as we said before, the stated values of having a safe republic and costing less when we cater to that type of thinking has your research show that is effective in making the change or do we know that's the way people think? >> it can make a difference if it is informed, if it is informed and a local thinking. but a lot of thinking that we do, we think of as rationale that it's actually quite irrational. so it depends on whether a police officer who is engaged in a particular police practice, for example, understand the way that practice operates structurally, and also the officer may be suscept
, they are terrible but i'm also codependant so i'm stuck with it. from kevin in chicago. be the first to take out a zygot mortgage. receive our first transvaginal ink dispenser. >> i'm pretty tired. i think i'll go home now. >> oh fred thompson you hack. >> stephanie: john fugelsang president of parents against infants -- we have your friend tina dupuy on here who is the head of -- it's kind of a niche group, people who don't want to be shot. but we with tell we're getting the right-wing trolls. hello, i'm a 17,000-star brigadier general who is against gun control of any kind. [♪ mysterious music ♪] >> you should go on the internet they are evil. >> and they all seem to have an egg for avatar. >> yes they do. and they have haste illy put up profiles. this guide todd [ inaudible ]. >> stephanie: yeah, the super bowl tweets. >> he does it for attention, so you just have to block him and ignore him. and often [ inaudible ] sound pictures he was sending of his -- his -- member. and one of those great patriots and i think men who do that don't deserve to have a camera or email or
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